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Digital Content at PUL: Books and Articles
The best place to start if you're looking for library resources that are available digitally is on the library's homepage. There you'll be able to search several library collections at once. Once you drop in keywords related to your topic, you can browse some of the titles that come up in the catalog and in Articles+.
From the results page, scroll down and click "See all catalog results." From the catalog page, you can narrow to items available online by selecting "Online" under Access.
You will also want to look at the databases that PUL subscribes to as you search for other relevant sources. Many are listed under the "Specialized Article Databases" tab, but you may also want to consult the following, which have dramatically expanded their offerings to support research during Covid-19):
- Project Muse - here, you can see the full list of publishers who are participating in their "Free Resources on MUSE During COVID-19" initiative.
Free Online Resources
HathiTrust Digital Library
HathiTrust has opened up many titles for full view that are otherwise unavailable as part of their Emergency Temporary Access Service program during the Covid-19 crisis. You can discover the titles that have been opened up in the PUL catalog or by searching on the HathiTrust page. When you land on the homepage, log into Princeton's account in the upper right corner of the screen.
Internet Archive - National Emergency Library
The IA has opened up 1.4 million books to help researchers access information during the Covid-19 crisis. Learn about how to borrow here: https://help.archive.org/hc/en-us/articles/360016554912-Borrowing-From-The-Lending-Library-A-Basic-Guide